Crafty Haul w/Barb & Planner Share

Craft haul from Target, Sam’s Club, Meijer and Cricut Mystery Box Swap:  Crafty Haul


Get Organized Challenge Week 6: Pictures

Get Organized Challenge Week 6: Piles of Pictures will air live on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at 10:00am Pacific time on Livestream:

The homework for this week is:

1. Establish your physical and computer photo filing systems.
2. Sort 2 boxes/piles/drawers of photos. Add one additional container per “family” helper you have.
3. Sort one (1) year of digital photos
4. Sort one (1) container of other supplies into your system.
5. Sort 4″ of paper into your system
6. Post your PROGRESS REPORT in the Facebook group
7. Celebrate with reward #6

Just a reminder that past week’s videos are archived on Livestream and can be found on the Scraprack website:




There has been a schedule change in the Get Organized Challenge.  Tiffany had to go to the UK as she is appearing on one of their craft shopping channels promoting her products.  Normally Karen fills in for her if she needs to miss but Karen is on vacation.  So if you are following the challenge.  Use this week to work on whatever area you think needs it most.  If you are close to finishing an area, use this week to finish it up and next challenge you can use that week for another area or take it off.


2016 GOC Banner 500 x150


Here is the revised schedule for the rest of the challenge:

February 23, 2016 NO CLASS

March 1, 2016: Piles of Pictures: Taking control in the real world and in the digital world

March 8, 2016: Mountains of Mementos: Organize your momentos then organize your scrapbooking projects

March 15, 2016: Go on a crafting adventure: Fine tune your crop experience


A small crafty haul from the Bullseye Playground at Target.  Also a project share of my first flip book.  I saw these projects shared on You Tube and they looked like so much fun.  One of the channels I subscribe to Kimbo Creations is having a contest in honor of her birthday in March, so I thought it was the perfect time to try one.  She just asked that you send a plain birthday card to enter.  I told her in my card that I don’t have a Paypal account and therefore can’t enter.  I did enjoy putting together the flip book and making her a card.


Get Organized Challenge Week 5: Color Your World: What to do with Inks, Chalks, Paints, Sprays…. will air live Tuesday, February 16, 2016 at 10:00am Pacific Time on Livestream:

The homework for this week is:
1. Decide on a storage tool for your coloring agents.
2. Gather all your coloring agents together by color and brand.
3. Create Catalog sheets by color/Manufacturer
4. Post your PROGRESS REPORT in the Facebook Group
5. Celebrate with Reward #5

Tiffany and Karen are out of town next week and there will be no class. I think she might revise the homework to include additional items, if so I will edit the list.


You can find past lessons of the Get Organized Challenge on Livestream or the scraprack website:


My coloring agent storage is showed above:

1st Column:  Alex (Ikea) drawer with misc coloring agents

Sterlite Container with Ink Daubers for Stampin’ Up Ink (I number them the                               same as my ink pads

Wooden units my father-in-law made to fit in my Kallax.  My Tim Holtz Mini                           Distress Inks and other mini inks are in the tin storage boxes.  The other wood                         unit holds any other ink pads I own.

Second Column:  Pen & Ink Palace by Totally-Tiffany (I painted it purple)

Stickles in an Alex Drawer with dividers made from plastic canvas

Third Column:  Pen/Marker Storage that my father in law made


Stash & Store units by Totally-Tiffany – the middle one holds inks refills,                                  embossing powders, glitter, sprays, and paints.